What the international banking scene means for interest rates in the U.S.
by Lou Barnes | Oct 28
The IMF (International Monetary Fund) is also an attending physician and today very much out of character, issuing warning after warning
by Lou Barnes | Apr 11
By spring or summer, we may look back at January as the Great 2016 Head-Fake
by Lou Barnes | Jan 25
Germany, Norway and the UK are considered riskiest because of ultralow interest rates and bond yields
by Erik Pisor | Jul 21
Long-term rates went up, and mortgage and bond yields jumped
by Lou Barnes | May 1
Markets fear Fed tightening in the face of flat wage growth, falling inflation
by Lou Barnes | Mar 6
Investors can sell, but will they buy mortgage-backed securities?
by Lou Barnes | Jan 23
The Fed has been it since 2008, and now owns $1.7 trillion in home loans
by Lou Barnes | Sep 26
Weaker euro would benefit buyers paying in dollars, yen and renminbi
by OPP Connect | Jun 6
When economy is in transition, take it slow unless transparently behind the curve
by Lou Barnes | Mar 21
If European Central Bank embarks on QE, expect US interest rates and stocks to skyrocket
by Lou Barnes | Feb 7
Stock market sell-off was overdue, and bond rally is knocking rates down
by Lou Barnes | Jan 31
If the Fed's 'quantitative easing' was good for the economy, its absence is not
by Lou Barnes | Jan 24
There's one sure way to make a credit disaster worse: Choke what little remains
by Lou Barnes | Dec 20
The insane principles governing the bond market since 2008 remain in effect
by Lou Barnes | Dec 6